Tay Du Ky version 1986 is a film associated with many generations of Vietnamese television viewers. Luc Tieu Linh Dong’s acting Journey to the West has turned the film into a classic monument of Chinese cinema in general, overwhelming its later versions. However, contrary to popular belief, this famous version is not the oldest adaptation. In 2011, a copy of an older version from 1929 was found. It is worth mentioning that the images from this version really make the audience cry because of the horror, bizarre design. and somewhat more revealing than the 1986 version.
The movie goblin creates a rather airy appearance
“Ban To Cave” – The movie adaptation of the forgotten masterpiece Tay Du Ky
Journey to the West 1986 version with impressive acting of the cast is still considered the earliest adaptation using cinematic techniques. For generations of audiences, up to now, it seems that there is still no version of Tay Du Ky that surpasses the shadow of Tay Du Ky 1986. However, this is not the first adaptation in the world. gender.
A scene of horror cut out from the movie
In 2011, in the process of re-compiling its 9,000 archived historical film rolls, the Norwegian National Library accidentally discovered a video with the title in Chinese. After finding out, it is probably the first Asian movie to be shown in this country. Not only that, the tape is also the only surviving copy found at that time, the original identified has been long lost.
The male characters are wearing loincloths while Zhư Bát Giới wears a mask of a pig’s head
The title of the translated film is titled “Dong Ban To”, the film is based on the original work of Tay Du Ky. The content of the film exploits the process of Sun Wukong rescuing master Duong Tang from the hands of 7 billion spider goblins.
Strange shape made Tay Du Ky 1986 fans cry
A special feature of “Ban To Cave” is the shocking shape of the film. Although produced more than half a century before Tay Du Ky, the character in the movie is very bizarre, somewhat more revealing. The female characters have thin overalls, while the male characters wear loincloths.
Female characters only wear bibs
Movie images are now heavily damaged
The way of makeup and makeup also made many viewers shocked. Zhuge Liang in the current version wears a mask of a pig’s head, while other characters such as Da Muc Qúai and Sun Wukong are all heavily disguised, creating a feeling of oddity and fear.
Creation of a monster is quite scary
Strange shapes of Sun Wukong and Sa Ngo Tinh
This old film version was first released in Oslo (Norway) in 1929 with Chinese and Norwegian subtitles. However, at that time this work was not attracting attention. But after nearly nine decades, the 1929 copy of the film was damaged. Norwegian experts are looking for a way to restore it before handing it over to the China Film Archive.